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    French kissing in the USA Hal Incandenza's Avatar
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    Default Me? Currently seeding up your Old Earth.

    We can have all the BBQs, VAPE & Milorganite in the world now that biocarbon engineering is here to save the day



    https://vimeo.com/259300951

    https://www.fastcompany.com/90329982...worlds-forests

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    Machine gun seeds into the earth? Take that, punk bitch!

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    this is dope
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    Just accept the cookies, fag.


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    Vegans and SJWs will say this is a painful experience for the earth and seed.

    When I'm writing in my room







    It's like a child that's fighting in the womb


    - KP -

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    No way! They’re planting trees!

    OMG!! What an idea!!!

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    ^^lol. good point

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    Came across some more news on geo-engineering today. Apparently Belgium and other countries are currently testing another example of Negative Emission Technology (NET)


    Lab experiments and early on site coast experiments show that olivine rocks (a mineral with an olive green color), basalt etc can get CO2 out of the ocean. When you coat the bottom of an ocean or sea with a small layer of these minerals the weathering process of these rocks extracts CO2 out of the water.



    Early experiments show ocean life does not suffer from these rocks, in fact the ocean life environment actually has a positive effect on the weathering of these rocks


    That's the experiment in my region. Here's another one abroad, using the same minerals on tropical beaches (the water lapping them up creates a similar effect to what I described above) :


    https://projectvesta.org



    Olivine rocks can readily be dug up from mines around the world. Some by-products of the diamond industry can serve the same function too.

    Calculations show that digging up and transporting the olivine rocks to oceans only put a very small dent into the ecological advantage of the olivine rock NET.

    https://www.betterworldsolutions.eu/...acidification/
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    The Ardennes or the Argonne, is a man made forest. I forgot which one.

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    The argonne forests were redesigned so to speak in the nineteen twenties. Don't know if this is the result of the action the region saw in WWI, but I guess it's the most likely cause.

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    Damnit. And I really wanted to pay more taxes so that government politicians could lie to me and tell me they are saving the planet with the extra money they stole from me!

    There's still the problem with how long it takes for hardwood trees to grow. Sure, pine grows quick, but the more quality lumber takes much longer.

    Some Redwood trees are over 2,000 years old. It takes millenia for these things to grow. And over 96% of the redwoods have been logged.

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    I remember reading that scientists discovered some natural occurring fungi that breaks down plastic in a landfill maybe in India. They should do a controlled experiment in a lab to see if it can break down soul controller's little poo morsels he drops during his morning commute in London's no-go zones.
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    Weak erections and watery nut.

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